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Volume 12 Issue 2
Cover of journal showing moose tangled with debris
Fall 2018


Letter from the Editor
Terry A. Messmer

In the News
Jason Matthews and Joe N. Caudell


Research Articles

Physiological responses in reindeer to the application of a conducted electrical weapon
Camilla L. Lieske, Kimberlee B. Beckmen, and Larry L. Lewis

Experimental tests of nonsurgical reproductive inhibitors to prevent coyote reproduction  
Julie K. Young, Marjorie J. MacGregor, Eric M. Gese, and Douglas C. Eckery

Understanding Human-Wildlife Conflicts

Livestock depredation by Bengal tigers in fringe areas of Kaziranga Tiger Reserve, Assam, India: implications for large carnivore conservation
Jimmy Borah, Pranab Jyoti Bora, Amit Sharma, Soumen Dey, Anupam Sarmah, Niranjan Kumar Vasu, and Nadishq Sidhu

Strike hazard posed by columbids to military aircraft
Melanie R. Colon and Ashley M. Long

Fencing alleviates nuisance molting goose problems in an urban park in Tennessee  
Jonathan T. Mills and Daniel L. Combs

Toward sustainable conservation and management of human-wildlife interactions in the Mmadinare Region of Botswana: villagers' perceptions on challenges and prospects
Oitshepile MmaB Modise, Rebecca Nthogo Lekoko, Olekae Tsompi Thakadu, and Masego Ayo Mpotokwane

Human Perceptions, Information, and Education

Canid vs. canid: insights into coyote-dog encounters from social media
Erin E. Boydston, Eric S. Abelson, Ari Kazanjian, and Daniel T. Blumstei

Cooperative extension agents as key informants in assessing wildlife damage trends in Georgia
Rhianna R. Hohbein and Michael T. Mengak

Engaging people in nature stewardship through Master Naturalist programs
Mark Larese-Casanova and Michelle Prysby

Case Study

The Three Creeks Allotment Consolidation: changing western federal grazing paradigms
Taylor Payne


Can the vaquita be saved from extinction?
Gerardo Rodriguez-Quiroz, Wenceslao  Valenzuela-Quinonez, Hector A. Gonzalez-Ocampo, and Alfredo Ortega-Rubio

Book Review

by David D. Vail

Listening in the field: recording and the science of birdsong by Joeri Bruyninckx